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I think those Falcon where lockbacks, no extra button!
haha indeed they do charlie! :):D in fact i believe that type of knife has been a critical component in Italian history for centuries. At least...
The type of knives I own from Maniago, Italy unfortunately does not fit here :eek:;):cool:
The perfect pair Charlie! Now I just gotta talk @ea42 into making some with end caps! :D:eek:
havent seen much since that post on the facebook group
Yea I havent fared very well on the drops and email notices myself, but if they were clip, i think theyd have been almost impossible to obtain....
nice to see the variation on the cocobolos, really wish these came out in clip :D
almost done now, ebony was surprisingly easy to work with and now what I imagined the wood consistency to be
a plain bolster barlow with delrin for farm and field would sell like gang busters! well they already do anyway
this was one of those meh i dont like it knives. I saw the email and the price and went :rolleyes:, what a way to end the run. If it was clip, at...
if you do it in person, he just smiles and says thank you, then walks away
whatever happened to that guy that said that here
Bill's sense of humor :D:D:D:D:D
been wondering about that, thanks Mike!
does the 15 spear blade look a little slimmer to any one? Any one have any of the older variations to compare it to?
ah yes, the cocobolos! how i wish those had end caps, or been a barlow option. that might have been pandemonium though
the monstrosity that is the Urban Jack? :rolleyes::D That seems to be the end of line according to the groups posts. I remember trying to convince...
that actually looks like it would serve in a pinch as a pipe tool tbh. I dont do multiple blade/implement knives, but I did find myself...